Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace’ is a 15-minute video on IPACC’s mediation & conflict resolution project with the indigenous Nama people of South Africa’s Richtersveld World Heritage Site. 
 
The mediation project aims to empower the Richtersveld Nama to resolve conflicts without resorting to litigation. The video outlines the background to conflicts dividing the Nama community and follows IPACC’s pilot mediation training workshop with the Richtersveld Nama. IPACC plans to develop a mediation training model that can be used by other indigenous communities across Africa.

Fresh From the Ground

Video report on Botswana workshop on traditional plant knowledge systems and biodiversity issues in southern Africa. 12 minutes, 2009.

Tracking In The Cyber Age

Field report on the use of CyberTracker GPS tracking technology by indigenous San peoples in ecological and cultural projects. 12 minutes, 2009.

Fighting for Survival

Documentary report on impacts of drought and climate change on the Ogiek, IlChamus Maasai, Samburu and Yiaku peoples of Kenya in the context of REDD. 14 minutes, 2009.

Close to our Ancestors - Indigenous Peoples Map an African Wilderness

Documentary on the relationship between Gabon’s Abongo pygmies and Gabon National Parks. 24 mins, 2010.

Remapping Africa

Field report on participatory mapping by hunter-gatherer and nomadic pastoralist communities, for IPACC. 12 minutes. Completed 2008.

Climate Governance:
A matter of survival for nomadic pastoralists English / French.

Brousse de tous les dangers carte de tous les espoirs

Dangers in the Bush, Map of good Faith

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PETITION TO AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS:

Indigenous Environment Defenders.

Africa’s hunter-gatherer and nomadic pastoralist peoples have lived symbiotically and sustainably within Africa’s ecosystems for millenia. Their Traditional Knowledge Systems are treasure houses of indigenous knowledge.

Under colonialism, African hunters and nomads suffered land dispossession and cultural oppression. In the post-colonial era, they’ve advocated for their land, cultural and human rights.

Now, in this Age of Climate Change, Africa’s hunter-gatherer and nomadic pastoralist peoples are recognised as frontline guardians and managers of African biodiversity, and provide early warning for climate change trends.

We appeal to African governments to formally recognise the Traditional Knowledge Systems and practices of hunters and nomads.

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